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Julia Beltrán de Heredia Bercero

Julia Beltrán de Heredia Bercero
Facultat Antoni Gaudi d'Història Arqueologia i Arts Cristianes

Profesora de Arqueología Cristiana de la Facultad Antoni Gaudí de Barcelona

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The article offers an overall analysis of changes undertaken in Hispanic architectural culture between 6th-7th century. This process was consequence of social and political transformations of Late Antiquity, and its architecture shows us a diversified reality, where several types of constructions and technical solutions reflect the variety of socia...
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En este artículo se analiza los restos arqueológicos conservados de la domus de Avinyó de la ciudad romana de Barcino. Esta casa se ubica en el cuadrante sureste de la ciudad, limitando con el interuallum. Como en la mayoría de las excavaciones urbanas, solo se ha accedido a una pequeña parte de la vivienda, concretamente a tres estancias fragmenta...
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The documentation and analysis of construction techniques in Late Antiquity is not a very widespread objective in the archaeological research on this period, partly due to a still incipient implementation of the archaeology of architecture. This paper seeks to approach the need to perform this task, based on setting out a series of specific techniq...
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Ancient DNA analysis has revealed an involvement of the bacterial pathogen Yersinia pestis in several historical pandemics, including the second plague pandemic (Europe, mid-14th century Black Death until the mid-18th century AD). Here we present reconstructed Y. pestis genomes from plague victims of the Black Death and two subsequent historical ou...
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Les vestiges archéologiques du premier groupe épiscopal de Barcelone sont conservés sous le niveau actuel de la ville. Un projet de mise en valeur du site permettra de visiter les principaux édifices des V e et VI e siècles.
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The study of pottery production in Barcelona in medieval and postmedieval times has been conducted by the Museu d’Història de Barcelona and by the ARQUB in recent years, and has been furthered by work carried out as part of the Tecnolonial research project, which has made it possible to broaden the types of pottery and the chronological framework u...